Definitions for "Arion"
In Greek legend, a fabulous horse, the offspring of Poseidon by Demeter (or, in other accounts, Gaea or a harpy) who to escape him had metamorphosed herself into a mare. It was successively owned by Copreus, Oncus, Heracles, and Adrastus. It possessed marvelous powers of speech, and its right feet were those of a man.
Arion was a legendary poet and citharode in ancient Greece (originally of Lesbos) who lived in the court of Periander, tyrant of Corinth, Greece. He attended a musical competition in Sicily, which he won. On his return trip from Sicily, the avaricious sailors plotted to kill Arion and steal the rich prizes he carried homewards.
Arion is a fictional character from DC Comics' universe. Arion began as a secondary feature of the DC Comics book Warlord in issue #55 (March 1982). This continued until the October issue (#62).
Arion is a 1986 anime film created and directed by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko.